The sales value basis., Cost Accounting

The following data relate to three joint products: 

 

                                                                           A                 B                     C

Sales Value                                                    Rs.24,000           Rs.18,000        Rs.15,000

Selling Costs                                                  Rs.3,500             Rs.4,500           Rs.1,000

Weight (Kgs)                                                       180                240                  150

 

Required:

Joint costs Rs.35,000. Determine the profit made by every product apportioning joint costs on: 

a.  The sales value basis. 

b.  The physical basis. 

 

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